T-Systems proposes the use of AI, IoT and blockchain for the gradual exit from detention in Spain

T systems, a subsidiary for digital services of the German group Deutsche Telekom, A number of solutions based on new technologies are proposed to help companies maintain some security in the office and to comply with the protocol after the COVID 19 crisis. In this scenario, T-Systems therefore suggests using artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, blockchain and big data to accelerate the exit from detention in Spain. This was reported by Computerworld on May 20th.

The article published in Computerworld pointed out that what some call “new normal” requires compliance with a strict protocol for employee health security. “To help organizations make this possible, T-Systems has developed a special solution line called TASK“They reported.

“”It is a series of technological solutions that make it possible to know the use of public areas, to notify employees and visitors if their safety distance is not maintained, or to set risk groups among employees for the implementation of specific health protocols. TASK is aimed at all industries and company sizes, offers parameterized solutions for the specific requirements of each company and, according to the consulting company, is fully scalable, “it said later in the publication.

T-Systems proposes the use of AI, IoT and blockchain for the gradual exit from detention in Spain
T-Systems proposes the use of AI, IoT and blockchain for the gradual exit from detention in Spain

In this sense, David Oliva, responsible for the digital area of ​​T-Systems Iberia, said:

“Companies must guarantee our employees and visitors the maximum security measures in our offices so that the creation of new safety and health protocols and compliance with the requirements of the health authorities is a fully automated process that also transfers knowledge to facilities and personnel and improves the overall management of the company . “

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